EP: 49 Put Your Oxygen Mask on First

With many working women feeling a bit drained around this time of year, I thought it would be a good reminder for all of us to put our oxygen masks on first. So, what do I mean by this? The phrase comes from the information that flight attendants give everyone before flying. The flight attendants say to put your mask on before helping everyone else, even your children and family members.

So, what does this mean in reality? It simply means to make sure you are taking care of yourself before others. I know. Scandalous! We are so used to taking care of our boss’s needs, our partner’s needs, our children’s needs, our family and friends’ needs, and on and on.

When we take care of everyone else, we can get pushed to the wayside. Neglecting ourselves can lead to illness and burnout, which doesn’t benefit anyone. So, I’m here to remind you that you need to put yourself at the top of the list in small ways every day. Listen in to learn how!

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